“That’s James [Black] on drums.  James was one of the most talented drummers I ever worked with and James was way out there.  Not many folks could play that many rhythms at one time.  And then he was spaced out and he would go further with his drums.  James never did stay on this planet….You’ve never heard drums like that and you’ll never hear drums like that again” – Eddie Bo

MP3: Eddie Bo & Inez Cheatham :: Lover And A Friend

4 Responses to “Eddie Bo & Inez Cheatham :: Lover And A Friend (1968)”

  1. Classic. First heard this on romanowski’s mixtape “Strictly 45’s”!

  2. I absolutely think James Black doesn’t get enough credit. His work with Yusef Lateef on the album “Psychicemotus” is incredible!

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  4. This song has been in my personal hall of fame since I first heard it at the Sheer Magic soul party in Chicago. Love, love, love it.

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